Best Practices for a Culture of Continuous Improvement

Doing Kanban for the sake of doing it is unsexy and has usually rather low value. Introducing Kanban means working towards the vision of a culture of continuous improvement. Surprisingly, the cultural change does not happen magically after a change agent pushed the practices of Kanban into a company. The cultural change already starts by introducing Kanban with a culture of continuous improvement in mind.

This video presents good practices which are field-tested in numerous companies in Switzerland, Germany and Austria for successfully introducing Kanban. We will focus on practices helping you to clarify where you start, involve your most important stakeholders, design a tailored system, and operate and improve your work context. Applying these practices to your context will greatly improve the chance to nurture a culture of continuous improvement.

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